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How Health Care Reform Impacts Workforce Strategies

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Kate Donovan, Managing Director, ManpowerGroup Solutions and Mike Langan, Senior Advisor, Towers Watson
For many companies, the workforce strategy and mix deliberately includes full-time, part-time and outsourced labor. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), better known simply as Health Care Reform, affects this strategy and the entire continuum of talent supply. With the Supreme Court now having clarified the status of Health Care Reform it is critical to explore opportunities to maximize workforce strategies to manage the overall impact.

Key areas of immediate consideration for employers include:
•I keep hearing about “pay or play”. What does that mean to me?
•Should I change my mix of full time, part time, and outsourced staff given Health Care Reform?
•In particular, are there opportunities to use additional outsourced or contingent staff to minimize the impact of Reform on my business?
•Do I need to change the design of my benefit plans? Should I change who is eligible?
•What additional reporting do I need to do? Are there other new regulations I need to worry about?
To understand more about the implications of Health Care Reform and the opportunity to manage and/or offset the financial impact, ManpowerGroup invites you to participate in a one-hour webinar where you will learn:
•Significant Areas of Impact and Key Features of the Health Care Reform Law
•How Workforce Strategies May Shift in Light of Health Care Reform
•Strategic Options to Consider -- Specific to Contingent Labor
Jul 31 2012
61 mins
How Health Care Reform Impacts Workforce Strategies

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